BBC Africa’s Eye, reporter Kiki Mordi’s #SexForGrade documentary has been been nominated by the International Emmy Award (IEA).
Kiki last year released a video by uncovering stories of sexual harassment, blackmail by lecturers and professors in higher institutions especially in West African.
According to Kiki, the allegations includes wide array of abuses from blackmailing students for sex in exchange for marks and admission to lewd comments and grooming.
In her 53 minutes footage, she reveals what happens behind closed doors of West African prestigious universities.
However, the Nigerian reporter quest and initiative has been given recognized in the ‘current affairs’ category by the International Emmys.
In a tweet, by IEA, the statement reads:
“The BBC reporter posed
Congratulations to #bbcafricaeye, nominated at the @iemmys for ‘Sex for Grades’. Outstanding investigative journalism and teamwork from @kikimordi, @CNorthcott1, @ChFrancavilla Editor: @marcperky @BBCafrica:”